The Carolina Center for Jewish Studies co-sponsors this academic seminar with Duke University and UNC Carolina Seminars, providing the local academic community with the opportunity to meet and discuss scholarly papers by each presenter. Since its inception in 2001, the Duke-UNC Seminar on Jewish Studies has brought together faculty, graduate students, and visiting scholars who discuss various aspects of Jewish history and culture. Monthly meetings discuss current work by either seminar members or internationally renowned guests. These seminars require pre-registration with seminar staff. Click here to learn more about the Duke-UNC seminar program and the updated schedule of events.
|Fall 2014 seminars:|
|September 14 – Menachem Fisch, Tel Aviv University|
October 27 – Dan Michmann, Yad Vashem
November 16 – Shaul Stampfer, Hebrew University
|Spring 2015 seminars:|
|January 25 – Elissa Bemporad, Queens College of the City University of New York|
|February 8 – Edward Fram, Ben Gurion University|
|March 22 – Eitan Bar-Yisef, Ben Gurion University|
|April 19 – Dana Kaplan, United Theological College of the University of the West Indies|
All attendees must pre-register at least two weeks in advance.